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BYU (6 - 2) at WISCONSIN (6 - 2)
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Week 11 Saturday, 11/9/2013 3:30 PM
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BYU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-2+2.55-33-532.419.5511.2(5.7)1.721.212.6382.6(4.9)1.9
Road Games2-1+1.31-21-231.319.3493.7(5.1)2.026.316.0367.7(4.7)2.7
Last 3 Games3-0+32-12-140.727.3560.7(6.1)1.028.718.0460.7(5.7)3.0
Turf Games2-0+2.81-11-139.025.5559.5(5.7)2.530.022.5440.0(5.4)3.0
BYU - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)32.419.526.628:2755-259(4.7)18-3552.5%252(7.3)90-511(5.7)(15.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.713.32130:5041-158(3.9)20-3459.3%239(7.1)75-398(5.3)(16.1)
Offense Road Games31.319.326.729:1458-204(3.5)20-3950.9%290(7.5)97-494(5.1)(15.8)
Defense (All Games)21.212.618.731:2139-146(3.7)22-3955.8%237(6.1)78-383(4.9)(18)
Opponents Offensive Avg.32.617.522.830:0843-202(4.7)20-3360.9%234(7)76-435(5.7)(13.3)
Defense Road Games26.316.019.030:1535-114(3.2)24-4354.6%253(5.8)79-368(4.7)(14)

WISCONSIN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-2+17-03-538.419.1494.6(7.3)
Home Games4-0+14-01-342.222.5569.2(7.9)
Last 3 Games3-0+33-01-239.718.7455.7(6.5)1.315.79.7308.7(4.7)1.7
Turf Games6-1+26-02-539.619.9502.3(7.3)
WISCONSIN - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)38.419.121.533:2443-287(6.7)16-2562.7%208(8.3)68-495(7.3)(12.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.29.814.221.231:5840-198(5)19-3162.2%221(7.2)71-419(5.9)(14)
Offense Home Games42.222.524.235:4648-363(7.5)16-2465.6%206(8.6)72-569(7.9)(13.5)
Defense (All Games)15.09.516.426:3631-91(2.9)18-3452.9%195(5.7)66-286(4.4)(19.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2514.619.429:0138-153(4.1)18-3158.9%209(6.8)68-362(5.3)(14.4)
Defense Home Games4.04.010.224:1426-58(2.2)14-3146.0%128(4.1)57-186(3.3)(46.6)
Average power rating of opponents played: BYU 40,  WISCONSIN 31.1
BYU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/27/2013MIDDLE TENN ST37-10W-23.5W59U55-30914-19-177541-10716-34-1051
10/4/2013@ UTAH ST31-14W5.5W55.5U50-16017-32-278235-18622-51-2113
10/12/2013GEORGIA TECH38-20W-7W55O42-18919-27-244053-24210-23-1582
10/19/2013@ HOUSTON47-46W-10L65O71-26429-44-417329-4831-47-4353
10/25/2013BOISE ST37-20W-6.5W61U50-22927-41-339044-21429-46-2854
11/9/2013@ WISCONSIN            
11/16/2013IDAHO ST            
11/23/2013@ NOTRE DAME            
11/30/2013@ NEVADA            

WISCONSIN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/14/2013@ ARIZONA ST30-32L7W55O32-23116-31-210142-11629-51-3522
9/28/2013@ OHIO ST24-31L7T55.5U27-10420-34-295143-19217-25-1980
10/19/2013@ ILLINOIS56-32W-14.5W55.5O46-28916-21-189029-7226-34-3192
11/2/2013@ IOWA28-9W-8.5W48.5U45-21811-19-144132-11516-40-1792
11/23/2013@ MINNESOTA            
11/30/2013PENN ST            
BYU: Although BYU was a ho-hum 8-5 last year, four of those losses came by six points or less. New OC Robert Anae was hired from Arizona to employ a more up-tempo offense for QB Taysom Hill (425 pass yds, 4 TD, 2 INT; 336 rush yds, 4 TD) and star WR Cody Hoffman (1,248 rec. yds, 11 TD). This team won't abandon the run though, with RB Jamaal Williams (775 rush yds, 12 TD), but the offensive line has some questions. BYU's defense was phenomenal in 2012, finishing third in the country in both yards (266 YPG) and points (14.0 PPG), stopping both the run (87 YPG, 2nd in FBS) and pass (179 YPG, 10th in FBS). The D-Line is a bit thin, but LB Kyle Van Noy (13 sacks, 22 TFL, 8 QBH, 6 FF, 2 TD) is tremendous in all facets, CB Jordan Johnson (15 PD, 48 tackles) has a nose for the football, and safeties Daniel Sorensen (68 tackles, 3 INT) and Craig Bills (47 tackles, 5 PD) sure can hit.
WISCONSIN: Although Big Ten champion Wisconsin was 8-6, those defeats were by a total of 25 points. New coach Gary Andersen and new OC Andy Ludwig first have to pick a starter between sophomore QB Joel Stave (1,104 pass yds, 6 TD, 3 INT) and senior QB Curt Phillips (605 pass yds, 5 TD, 3 INT career). They also need to bolster their injury-plagued offensive line. RBs James White (806 rush yds, 12 TD) and RB Melvin Gordon (621 rush yds, 10.0 YPC) are a fierce 1-2 combo to replace Montee Ball. WR Jared Abbrederis (837 rec. yds, 5 TD) has all-conference talent, but the Badgers need more options in the receiving game. Wisconsin's sure-fire defense (323 YPG, 15th in FBS) will blitz more often under new DC Dave Aranda to help a young secondary. LB Chris Borland (104 tackles) leads a deep and versatile front seven with talented DE/OLB hybrids Brendan Kelly and Tyler Dippel (5 sacks each).
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*BYU-Wisconsin Preview* =======================


BYU (6-2) at No. 24 Wisconsin (6-2), 3:30 p.m. EDT

Wisconsin's success stems from employing a dangerous running back tandem.

BYU is winning with one of the nation's top running quarterbacks paired with a talented tailback.

The only FBS programs to boast two players who average at least 100 rushing yards a game square off Saturday when the 21st-ranked Badgers host the surging Cougars.

There seemingly shouldn't be a lot of surprises when the offenses are on the field given Wisconsin ranks 10th in the FBS in rushing, averaging 287.0 yards, and BYU is 14th at 258.8.

The Badgers are led by Melvin Gordon, who averages 134.3 rushing yards to rank sixth in the FBS and 8.7 per carry to rank fifth, while James White adds 100.5 per game. The Cougars, meanwhile, have quarterback Taysom Hill rushing for 105.1 per game while fellow sophomore Jamaal Williams is at 104.7.

"It's typical BYU," Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen said. "They'll take their best players and put them in position to make plays. That's absolutely no surprise."

The Badgers (6-2) proved they could win last week despite having a subpar game from their leading rusher.

After running for 314 yards over the previous two games, Gordon was limited to a season-low 62 on 17 carries last Saturday against Iowa. White, though, ran for 132 yards and two touchdowns on 19 attempts while the defense forced two second-half turnovers in a 28-9 win.

It was the third straight victory for Wisconsin, which became bowl eligible for a 12th consecutive year.

The Cougars (6-2) became bowl eligible for a ninth consecutive season with a 37-20 victory over Boise State on Oct. 25, their fifth win in a row. Williams rushed for 107 yards, Hill ran for 69 and a touchdown, and the defense forced four turnovers.

BYU, coming off a bye, has forced 12 turnovers in the last four games.

"Our defense is really good," Hill said. "If we come out and execute offensively, we have an opportunity to do that against anybody we play."

The Cougars are averaging 38.0 points during their winning streak, and Hill is keeping teams off balance by showing he can also put the ball in the air. He threw for 339 yards and three scores against the Broncos after passing for 417 yards and four touchdowns the previous week.

He might be asked to throw a bit more again considering the Badgers are fifth in the FBS against the run, surrendering an average of 91.0 yards.

"He's competitive," Andersen said of Hill. "He's tough minded. But his feet are definitely a weapon, and he's big, and he's strong. He runs the ball at times like a running back."

Andersen is hopeful he'll have star linebacker Chris Borland back after he was sidelined last week because of a hamstring injury. The senior has a team-high 57 tackles and two sacks, and the defense could use his leadership going up against the high-powered Cougars.

"They are fast, they pace you like crazy and they get up and down the field," Andersen said. "The one thing I will say about BYU is they will mix up the pace, so it's not always pedal-to-the-metal every snap. It's on and off, back and forth a little bit. So we've got to practice that, we've got to be conscious of it.

"The key is to not get worn out. You watch the teams they play, they get physically tired and BYU does a lot of great plays. And there are a lot of missed tackles in the BYU games, especially late in drives."

The Badgers, playing their first game in Madison since Oct. 12, have reeled off 28 straight home wins over non-conference teams - the second-longest active streak among FBS programs.

This is only the second meeting between the schools, with BYU winning 28-3 at Wisconsin on Sept. 20, 1980. Andersen will be coaching against the Cougars for a 10th straight season, however, having previously faced them as an assistant at Utah and as the coach at Utah State.

"Having BYU on the schedule was probably one of the most shocking things that I looked at when I took this job," Andersen said. "They followed me all the way here."

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